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Mushroom Men: Spore Wars Videos and Trailers - Wii

Game Description:A comet passed the earth. It left behind a trail of green dust which first led to panic - then scientists agreed it was having no effect. No one noticed that all the fungi had awakened to full consciousness. Now, a war rages among the different types of mushrooms in the world - the primitive Boletes, the aggressive Amanitas, and the inventive Morels. The Spore Wars give you the opportunity to experience the world from the perspective of a three-inch tall mushroom! As a Bolete warrior, you can even take everyday items like trash and household trinkets and turn them into tools and weapons capable of wreaking havoc on a miniature scale!
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